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An insurance company chief executive has written Florida legislators warning them that the state will be facing an uninsured driver crisis if they permit the state’s no-fault auto insurance law to expire Oct. 1.

“Legions of lower income Floridians will opt not to buy auto insurance of any kind because they are no longer obligated to do so by state law,” predicted Glenn W. Anderson, the president and CEO Dallas-based of Gainsco, in his letter to all Florida legislators.

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